How much does Adele Arakawa worth?
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
|Born||31 August 1957|
|Occupation||News anchor, radio host|
Adele Arakawa started his practical life as a news anchor. Later she also did the voice-over for instructions at the Denver International Airport. As of now, Adele Arakawa net worth is about $1.5 million.
Arakawa is a former evening news anchor. She worked for KUSA-TV of Denver, Colorado. Moreover, she is also the only female radio DJ in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Early Life and Biography
Adele Arakawa was born on August 31, 1958. Her birthplace is Hawaii. She spent her early life in Hawaii. Later her family was shifted to Tennessee.
She went to Tennessee Tech University when she was 16 years of age. She studied various technology courses there. Later on, she also took admission to the University of Tennessee.
Arakawa started got her first job as a radio disc jockey. She got this job in her hometown La Follett, Tennessee.
In her radio career, Arakawa also worked as a news castor at WYSH in Clinton, Tennessee. Moreover, she did the job of disc jockey at WYRZ in Knoxville, Tennessee.
She is the first female radio news anchor in the area.
|Annual Income||Under review|
|Earning Point||New Anchor|
|Working in Industry||Under Review|
After working for 40 years in the field of broadcasting, Arakawa announced her retirement on 6 December 2016. The last day in her broadcasting career was June 30, 2017.
Source of Income and Net Worth
As one can see, this lady has worked in many capacities for several top institutions. Her main source of income has been her salary. She earns $150,000 per year.
Hence, Adele Arakawa net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million, as of now.
She got married in 1977 to Billy Tiller. The couple has been living happily since after. They were blessed with a baby boy, Travis in 1985.
During her career, Arakawa served in many prestigious positions in various organizations. She was elected as the president of Asian American Journalist Association in 1992 in Chicago.
She is also a member of both the Japanese American Service Committee and the Japanese American Citizens League. Adele has a natural association with Japan as her two grandparents belonged to Okinawa, Japan.
|Father Name||Under review|
|Mother Name||Under review|
|Sister Name||Under review|
|Spouse||Barry Tiller (1977-present)|
|Kids/Children Name:||Travis Arakawa|
Awards and Achievements
Adele has received many prestigious awards as a reward for her services in journalism. Some of her accomplishments are tabulated below;
|National Award (1992)||Asian American Issues||Asian American Journalist Association|
|Best News Anchor award (1997)||Best News Anchor||National Television Academy|
|Best News Anchor Award (1999)||Best News Anchor||National Television Academy|
|Outstanding Daily Newscast (2001)||Newscaster||National Television Academy|
|Best News Anchor Award (2004)||Best News Anchor||National Television Academy|
In 1981, she made her TV debut. She started working as a weather news anchor at WTVK. At this time she started using Arakawa with her name.
After working for two years there, she shifted to Raleigh, North California. There, she worked as co-anchor of weekday evening newscasts along with other famous anchors.
Her next destination would be Chicago. She went to Chicago to further pursue her career in 1989. There, she also hosted weekday evening newscasts. This time she was hired by CBC O&O WBBM-TV.
After working for this channel for some time she left the TV. This time she joined KUSA-TV in Denver. She will work as a weekday evening newscast anchor here till her retirement.
In addition to her works for TV and Radio, she has also worked for different other institutions as well. She did the female voice-over for the instructions at the Denver International Airport.
Moreover, she also provided the voice for light rail trains of Denver. She used to announce stations, stops, and destinations